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5.0 out of 5 stars A book of transformation and healing, 13 Nov 2009
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This review is from: The Miracle of Water (Hardcover)
Miracle is not overstating the case. This book among others that Masaru Emoto has written is utterly amazing. It seems that often the most revelatory things that come to our notice seem in retrospect to have been so obvious. How can humankind have missed for so long that it is water that potentially carries so much vibration in this world. Vibration that can be spiritually transforming as well as healing. Emoto seems to have provided one of the definitive ingredients that can potentially form the fusion between science and spirituality as well as the ingredient that should fire all of humanity into realising how we might bring the world back from human greed and destruction. Taking care of water would seem fundamental to the sustainability of the planet. Emoto in his works paints a bleak picture of the pollution that water has been subjected to all over the planet and points to the alarming fact that our bodies are potentially polluted in the same way through the same medium of water; water accounting as it does for some 60-70% of our bodily structure. This is a book to help us all rethink what we are doing, and also to take personal responsibility for the planet. He outlines ways in which we can transform water in our own homes and reap the benefit of the transformation this brings both to our surroundings as well as the health of our bodies. I for one have six glass bottles in my fridge labelled as he suggests with words placed with the fullest intention of their meanings as labeis for the water to assimilate. I also can confirm that drinking that labelled water has also brought beneficial results. Go on give it a read and give the work a try. You will be truly amazed!Don't delay, the world needs this work from us all!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The power of love and gratitude, 19 Dec 2009
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Iona Main Stewart (Odense, Denmark) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: The Miracle of Water (Hardcover)
This book pleases from its first impression with the photo of a "love and gratitude" crystal on the lovely, turquoise-coloured cover and the widely spaced lines making for easy reading.

The book includes valuable chapters about vibration and resonance, but most of the book is actually about the wonderful energy of "love and gratitude", and Emoto explains in the introduction that he uses both words together when exposing them to the water. since "love is the energy that we give to others, and gratitude is the energy that we receive from others", the harmony between giving and receiving being important.

To my mind, this is the author's most "advanced" book to date (that I've read)- it's not just about water crystals, though beautiful water crystal photos are still included, and of course form an integral part of the book.

His message is a basic one about the importance of love and gratitude in our everyday life, and how if we ourselves become loving and grateful, we will transform not only our own lives but also our planet.

An inspiring book!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Miraculous, 19 Feb 2009
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M. Leal "Book Shine" (London) - See all my reviews
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This book has the 'WOW! factor. An amazing little read, with fascinating photographs showing the difference a simple thought can make to the formation of frozen water crystals. As a proponent of the power of thought and intention, I utterly loved this book and if anyone takes on board the simple message relating to the importance of love and gratitude, lives will - literally - change for the better. A magnificent little gem well worth a place on your coffee table and in your heart.
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